I don't know where exactly to start from. So instead, i will jump right on to the question.
Say you are being provided with 2 IP addresses, PC 1's IP address and PC 2's IP address, which are 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 respectively. You are required to find the subnet mask of these 2 PC's in such a way that both the PC's are in the same network.
Now my question to you is " is their any way (a decimal way) in which we can find a new subnet mask or prefix length for them. If this is all we are provided with"
PS: I know that there is a binary way in which you can find the prefix length or S.B mask, i want to know if there is any other way to find it.